Nepal is a mountainous country, housing most of the Himalayan peaks of South Asia. Needless to say, mountain climbing and peak climbing in Nepal have attracted many tourists to this beautiful country.
Peak climbing in Nepal requires little or no experience and is a perfect way for aspiring mountaineers to practice their climbing skills before the big climb.
Peak climbing in Nepal is also attractive to individuals who have a need for adventure and limited time on their hands. Peak climbing activities can be completed in as little as twenty days and range to more days if required. We have a list of Nepal Mountaineering Association-verified peaks, each with its perfectly created itinerary and adequate acclimatization time.
All you need to embark on peak climbing in Nepal is a zeal for adventure and a good physique. Our experienced group of guides will teach everything else to you. You must, however, have some previous outdoor experience like trekking and must be in excellent physical condition.
Our guides and climbers are intimately familiar with the territories of the peaks we will climb. Most peaks are easy to climb, provided that acclimatization is done carefully. The peaks start with grassy terrains, followed by dry arid rocks, and finally by ice.
Clampers, ropes, ice axe, etc, are required to scale these peaks. Training will be provided to carry out the adventure activity, but some prior experience will benefit both the guide and the climber more.
Peaks are typically in the height range of 5587 to 6500 meters. Peak climbing has now emerged as a climbing experience for normal people who do not fall on the elite “Mountaineers” or expedition climbers list. Once we reach the top, these peaks are not too difficult to scale and offer mind-boggling scenery of the surrounding Himalayan peaks.
Experience a true adrenaline-pumping adventure and get the chance to witness the mind-boggling views of the mountain peaks surrounding separate regions. Peak climbing in Nepal can be carried out in the Annapurna, Everest, Langtang, Manaslu, and Ganesh regions of Nepal.
You can choose your peak climbing adventure and embark on peak climbing in Nepal now. Join in on the thrill and fascination of the white-topped mountainous peaks, and you are surely set to return home satisfied and happy.